We excel in a diverse array of rapidly expanding sectors, capitalizing on thriving markets across the globe.
Banking & Financial Services
Traditional banking: Investing in traditional banks, which offer a range of financial products and services to consumers and businesses.
Investment banking: Investing in investment banks, which provide a range of financial services to corporations and governments, such as M&A advisory, underwriting, and securities trading.
Asset management: Investing in asset management companies, which manage investment portfolios on behalf of clients, such as mutual funds, pension funds, and high-net-worth individuals.
Commerce & Distribution
Retail: Investing in retail businesses, such as fashion, electronics, or home goods stores.
Wholesale: Investing in wholesale businesses, which sell products in bulk to retailers or other businesses.
Distribution: Investing in distribution businesses, which transport and store products for retailers or other businesses.
E-commerce: Investing in e-commerce businesses, which sell products online.
Digital banking: Investing in digital banks, which provide banking services entirely online.
Payment processing: Investing in payment processing companies, which facilitate transactions between merchants and consumers.
Lending: online lending platforms, which connect borrowers with lenders.
Insurance: Investing in insurtech companies, which use technology to improve the insurance industry.
Hospitals: Investing in hospitals, which provide a range of medical services to patients.
Clinics: Investing in clinics, which provide specialized medical services, such as dental or eye care.
Healthcare service providers: Investing in healthcare service providers, which offer a range of support services to hospitals and clinics, such as medical billing and staffing.
Healthcare technology: Investing in healthcare technology companies, which develop and sell medical devices or software to hospitals and clinics.
Medical Tourism: Investing in medical travel agencies, which help patients arrange travel and medical treatment in foreign countries.
Pharmaceutical Industry: Investing in pharmaceutical companies that specialize in manufacturing drugs and other healthcare products.
Wellness and rehabilitation centers: Investing in wellness and rehabilitation centers, which offer a range of medical and wellness services, such as physical therapy, mental health services, and alternative medicine.
Infrastructure & Real Estate
Transportation infrastructure: Investing in transportation infrastructure, such as airports, seaports, toll roads, and railways.
Energy infrastructure: Investing in energy infrastructure, such as power plants, pipelines, and renewable energy projects.
Water infrastructure: Investing in water infrastructure, such as water treatment plants, desalination facilities, and water distribution systems.
Real estate: Investing in various types of real estate, such as commercial real estate, residential real estate, and hotels. These investments can provide opportunities for income generation, capital appreciation, and development projects.
Software development: Investing in software development companies, which design and develop software applications for businesses or consumers.
Hardware manufacturing: Investing in hardware manufacturing companies, which design and produce computer hardware, such as servers, storage devices, and networking equipment.
IT services: Investing in IT services companies, which provide a range of services to businesses, such as IT consulting, system integration, and managed services.
Cloud computing: Investing in cloud computing companies, which provide cloud-based services, such as data storage, software development platforms, and infrastructure as a service.
Exploration and development: Investing in mining companies that are in the early stages of exploration and development. These investments can help the companies acquire new mining properties, explore and acquire new sites, develop existing properties, and bring new mines into production.
Operational improvement: Investing in existing mining operations to help them become more efficient and profitable. This could involve improving production processes, reducing costs, or implementing new technologies.
Mergers and acquisitions: Investing in mergers and acquisitions in the mining industry. This could involve acquiring a mining company outright, merging two or more companies, or acquiring specific assets from a mining company.
Distressed assets: Investing in distressed mining companies or assets. This could involve providing capital to help the company restructure or investing in assets that have been sold off by distressed companies.
Export and Imports: Investing in logistics, technology and trading associated with mining.
Organic farming: Investing in organic farms, which grow crops without the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, or genetically modified organisms.
Agtech: Investing in agtech companies, which develop and sell technology to help farmers grow crops more efficiently and sustainably.
Sustainable forestry: Investing in sustainable forestry, which focuses on managing forests in a way that maintains ecosystem health and supports the long-term supply of forest products.
Climate-smart agriculture: Investing in climate-smart agriculture, which focuses on farming practices that mitigate climate change and help farmers adapt to its impacts.
Proprietary trading: Investing in proprietary trading desks that use the firm's own capital to trade financial instruments for profit.
Market-making: Investing in market-making activities, where they buy and sell securities or other financial instruments, providing liquidity to the market.
High-frequency trading: Investing in high-frequency trading firms, which use algorithms and advanced technologies to execute trades at very high speeds.
Trading platforms: Investing in trading platforms, such as on line trading platforms or exchanges.